8. You Should Compromise On Some Mutual Hobbies
Bonding time is important when it comes to romance, and if you’re lucky, you and your partner will be into the same things. But it’s also realistic that you and your partner might be interested in different things, and that’s when the compromise comes in.
It’s always good for the relationship if each person makes an effort to get involved in what’s important to the other person and when it comes to hobbies, give new things a try.
That might be going to watch them play sport, or taking a new class with them, or even getting to know how a PlayStation works.
7. You Shouldn’t Compromise The Things That Make You Happy
Though wonderful, life is also cruel, harsh, and difficult. For our own mental health, we all need to include things in our daily lives that make us smile and inject a dose of happiness. If you find something that makes you feel good (and it’s obviously safe and legal!), hold onto it.
A good partner won’t force you to give up those little things that bring you peace and help you to feel good. It could be taking half an hour to have a bubble bath, flicking through a romance novel, or baking chocolate chip cookies. Don’t ever stop those little things that keep you sane.